Sustainable culture: Green Producers Tool
Good for you, good for the environment. Anyone can make a difference in reducing climate change.
Innocode is the digital advisor and technical development partner in the Green Producers project aiming to calculate and reduce the CO2 emission from film,TV, festival and stage productions in the Scandinavian marked.
Why Green Producers Tool?
The UN climate report is a brutal but necessary awakening and we must all act now!
Based on the Paris Agreement , Norway has also pledge to reduce CO2 emissions with 50% by 2030. If we plan to reach that goal there is no time to waste.
From an idea to a digital tool
With support from the Norwegian Science Council, Innocode together with Babusjka, Øyafestivalen, Den Norske Opera & Ballett, Strix, CICERO and Virke have been a part of developing Green Producers Tool, from Babusjka´s idea to a digital tool.
Green Producers Tool
Innocode has designed and developed the digital solution for Green Producers Tool, a web based tool that guides producers and other users thought the process of logging and calculating CO2 emissions of their productions. By logging activities and emission factors you get instructions on how to create a greener production as well as a detailed report showing the total emission of your entire production. And that is just the beginning!
We are very happy to have Innocode as our partner in the development and scaling of the tool. They challenge and help us understand the functionality needs, which ensures that the development is constructive, and aligned with our users "actual" needs. The Innocode team also has an important role when it comes to improving and scaling the tool, and have become a vital extension of our team.
The goal for Green Producers Tool is to become the market standard for measuring and logging CO2 emissions in the culture sector across Scandinavia.
These are the type of projects that make everyday life at Innocode meaningful and interesting!
Read more about Green Producers tool here.
Questions about this case?
Nina Snemyr Kringlen
Head of Innocode Innovation Partner